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attoa em IttfT
tt ATKJ3AL CIKOCRATIC TICKET
of Sew Tort .
THa4l A. HESOKM'UM.
Wbllt much tmy lc aceonipllnbed by
the method, it might t ncotirage delmlve
xptcUtlon If I withhold here tbe expi fo
lios of my convl tiou that no reform of the
elTll srl? to tula c mot ry mill be com
plete and permanent until in chief nmgi
trate U Mnnltuttrnally d'uquallfled lor re
election; experience having repeat :dly
exposed the futility of n-lf-inipoed retrie
Uooe by ranaldate ft incumbent.
Through thi ikmnity only cn he he el-factual!)-
delivered from bio great tempia
tioa to to hum the porr and patronage
win wbict the Executive ii neeei.arily
charged. From Samuel 4. Tflden'a lettr
' The noMer motive of humanity concur
with the materia' toterert of alt io requir
ing that every obatae'e be removed to
complete and durable reconciliation le
tweca kindrid population once unnatur
ally e -trangeJ . on the bi recognized by
the St. Lou'd platform, of the "constitution
Of the United State, with Its amendment
universally accepted a a final settlement
ofthecontroven.ee which engendered civil
war." Bat, in aid of a result o beuelicicnt,
the moral lnfluenct ol every good citizen, a
well m every govcrrmntal anthoiity,
Oturht to be exerted, cot alone to maintain
their i it equal ty before the law, 'jut like
wiaeto entablUn a r-oriial fraternity and
good wi l among elt lens, whatever there
race or color, who are now united in the
one deatiny of a common wlf-governmcnt.
If the duty ah all be aligned to me, I should
ot f n to eerclie the powers with which
the laws and toe co jMitntion of our coun
try clothe ft sblef magistrate, to protect all
it citizen, whatever their former condi
tion, in every political and personal right.
(from Samuel J. Tilden's letter of accep
tance. Gkx. Kilpatrick wrote to Hayes pro
posing to purchase the poor debl-atiVcted
Independents of Indiana. The reply of
Hayes has not yet been made public
The Red Bud Cvurur learns with
pleasure that Col. B. W. Sharp, of that
place, is making arrangements for a
campaign tour in the service of the De
mocracy of Southern Illinois.
The Republicans are cUicnine Tennes
see. They will next claim Kentucky.
Going through the graveyard in search
of its grave, the Republican party whis
tles in this way to keep up its courage.
The Republicans of New York have
nominated lion. E. D. Morgan for gover
nor. In Vheir resolutions they denounced
tbe Democratic house lor repealing the
resumption act, and endorse President
The Red Bud Courier is the name of a
new Democratic paper, the second num
ber of which is upon our table. It is
ably edited, and w ill, we have no doubt,
do good work in the cause of reform.
We wish the Courier abundant succeed.
Mr. Carl Schcrz, In his late Cleve
land speech, denounced Grant's adminis
tration in the strongest terms, and de
clared that the Republican party ueed.d
reformation. Morton says the Republi
can party does nat need reformation, and
: Logan aaya tbe man who Ulks about re
form ought to be kicked out of the Re
Tna .Murj.by.boro Era-IUinuUun Kays
"James Albright, brother ot Hon. F. E.
Albright ot this city, has received the
appointment ut a cadetblpin the I'. S.
JCngineer corps and will report at Anap-
olia, Md., for duty at once ; success Jim
Die. Also 11am Kapu, son ot Mr. Isaac
Rapp of Carbondale, has been ordered to
Washington City to Ik; examined as a
L'kpeb the management of Mr. John
Grear, the Murpbysboro Independent Is
beiag regularly issued. Mr. Grear is a
young man who industry and ability
will, if tbe Democrats of Jacluon under
Aland their true interests and give to
him tbe patronage he deserves, make the
Independent a permanent and paying
newspaper establishment. We wish Mr.
ji'due CAtosra vroBD i oat it.
JadgeCaton's word is better than his
bond. During tbe war ,t was chief jus
tice ot this suite and Ha a boaom friend
of Lincoln. He has known Gov. Samuel
J.Tlldenfor years knew h;ra during
the war, and knew what were hi aenti
menu. After reading Mr. Hewitt's reply
to Mr. Ka son's attack upon Mr. Tilden's
loyalty, Judge Caton writes the following
"llos. A. 8. Hewitt; Dpar Sir :-I
was much interested in reauirig your
speech, in reply to Mr Kasson, in vlndi
eating the truth of history, and I wi.h to
' add iuy testimony by saying tha; during
tonr of the rebellion, I had several
interviews with Gov. Tildeu on the pro.
peets of the war, and ever found him ar
deutMd earnest In its support. Thus
a-wui)c ui aeuuments, ou ouu oc
casion i called upon him at his
reaidenoe lu Gramercy Square, and
subojitt. d to hliu the manuscript
pi a paper which I bad written, the ob
ject of wuicu wa to iuduce every citizen
and especial It every Democrat to support
the war with heart and soul. The pa
per nvt with his cordial appioval, and in
u course 01 me interview he showed in
wai uear ana earnest way peculiar to
himself, that it was the u.ramouut duty
ol iwj one, whether Democrat or He
publican, to aland to bis country and tbe
Ualoa. While tha fire was raging it was
oo tieaa to atop and dispute as to who
kindled it 111 have not kuown Mr.
Tlldra as long and aa Ultimately as 1 did
i araUovent oa tha subject of the late
wan m4 there would b as much propri
ety n lan that Mr. Lincoln was an
ants-war Republican as that Samuel J.
TUden was an anti-war Democrat.
Your truly, J. D.Catox.
"Ottawa, iU, Aug. 18, 1W0."
With what celerity Scandal runs to
pick up every suspicion every rumor
against the character of a man who be
come a candidate for office ! To-day we
nil admire Mr. Hannibal Hymninnn, and
accord to him all the virtues of a saint In
hreechef . He is honest ; he Is truthful ;
hf U ehnriuhlr ; hi- Is n good husband
and f'ither; he l an example to be appre-
rl.ted hv the rlnlnir Benenition. To-inor-
rnw hp Is nominated for an office, and-
pp-mo !there Is a change. He has sud
denly become a thief - a liar-a parimc
nlotts old wrrtch-a hiimnd who is nn
talthtul to his vtifi - a father atrocious
in his trcatnti.'iit ol hW children
an example to hu shunned by nil
who appreciate nobility in human na
ture. The wonder bionics common
that Ibis very devlish human being was I
not. offered up upon the gallows long
ago ! Well, well ! It la all in a life-time,
and the best must suffer the Infliction ns
well as the worst.' It is a way wc people
of this great and glorious republic have,
and who shall dare to complain ? We
don't; and. now while good Undo Sam
uel J. Tildeu Is getting his share, we
take It all in the most philosophical
frame of mind. Ue can stand it, nnd
stand it well ; and, alter all, the people
will not believe his tradueers. They
Why, now, look here, good ttevutili
can friend ; sit down, keep quiet and lis
ten a moment or two. The men who de
sire to be the keepers of your conscience,
have told you Tllden was a secessionist ;
and you believe them. Strange, but
true ; you believe thein believe the gen
tleman who is one of President Grant's
secretaries anil chairm.i.i of the Radical
national committee believe Shepherd,
Babcock. McDonald, McKee, nnd the
other patriots, who tell you that Tildcn
was uot loyal. Now, you should not be
lieve these men. The fiefs are against
them. Tildcn was a war Demo
crat. Lately he was elected governor
of Xc-v York by more than 50,000 ma
joritv. During that canvass It was never
discovered that he had been disloyal.
The charge was never made against him.
and he defeated good old, very loyal,
shoot him-on-the-spot Di.x, an able man
and a friend of President Grant. Be
sides this, here comes Judge Cat on and
says: "IknewTilden during the war.
I know that he of the loyal was the most
loval." and so forth. But the charge is
very silly, my good friend ; and only soft
heads will give to it any attention.
But, you bay, he was not a true re
former, Ah ! Somebody has been tam
pering with your good sense, or else you
would not believe that story. He throt
led Tweed, didu't he ! Don't tell me he
bad a sella th object in view. In these
days we can only judge men by their
actions. But while be was doing this
work, the New York Timet praised him
with as much vigor as it Is now using in
his abuse, aud the Tune was then as
good a Radical paper as it Is now. And
after his election a governor. In Janu
ary, 1S73 on the day of his inauzura
tion Gov. Dix addressed Uncle Samuel
in this endearing manner
Mr. Tii.hf.n : The people of the state
have called you to preside over the ad
ministration ot their government by a
MAJORITY vhieh manyfettt the tughett eon
fidenee in your abiUttt, integrity and finn-
ne. I need not say to you, w uo nave
had so long and familiar acquaintance
with public affairs, that in a slate of such
magnitude as ours, with interests so vaxt
and diversified, there is a constant demand
on the chief magistrate for the essential
attributes of statesmanship. It is grat
ifying to know that the amendments
to the constitution, approved and ratiiled
by the people at the late general election
by limiting the powers of tbe legisla
ture iu regard to local and special laws,
will in some degree lighten the burden of
your arduous and responsible duties.
While a material progress has tccn inale
during the last two year in the correc
tion of abuses, much remains to be done,
nnd t! dUtinguithed jart you kace bornt
in tltt work of municipal reform in the
city of Sew J'ork gice atruranee that un
der your auspice the great laterent of the
stat will be vigilantly guarded. 1 tender
you my sincere whb that your labors in
the cause of good government may be a
tuenfnl here at tluy hate been elsvhere,
ana irmi your administration may re
douud to your own honor, and to the
lasting prosperity ot the people ot the
Gov. Dix was not mUtakcu iu his man.
Gov. Tildeu has been as succeuful in the
office of governor as he was elsewhere.
As soon as be was well -tea ted he took
the canal ring by the throat and strangled
it, and In less than tw o years reduced
taxation from about ill teen millions of
dollars to about eight millions. Practi
cal reform, you see.
But bowfruitfjl the Radical are ot
"but" now ! Tilden swore to a lie
about hi Income. Don't you believe a
word ot it. He did no such thing; or if
he did, so did Have ; because, you
know, it is charged on better evidence
that Hayes robbed a dead soldier's fami
ly of four hundred dollars that were
piueed In Lis handi by the dying hoy
awi naves um more, ue also swore to
less Income than he received, if Tilden
did. But we dou't believe these stories.
The evidence, sometimes plausible, is al
ways knocked over.
No, no ; the truth U, both Tilden and
Hayes are honest, a the world goes; but
Tilden has a great deal more sense than
Hayes a great deal more. Everybody
knows he ha. Hayes U a jjoodloh sort
of a man, but Tildcn is a great man. In
times like these we need men like Til
den. They are scarce. In holidav
times, men like Hayes will answer.
They are numerous.
So, now, dou't run oft' Into fooliehnetia
a . ..... .
uecauau somebody says i Helen was a
thief before he was born, and that he
was a rebel long before the war between
ue states was dreamed ot. It you are
anxious to believe lies, get homcl.odv to
tell you reasonable ones.
Mrs. Kta-gir, ih wile of lii-rutitii U
borr of llouesdale, i'a., went LlackUrr-
rvilllf On tha uuuinluiii in 'I'hnrxlsv
list, an I after l-klnx " ten-inart pailful
o terrie wu ukeu sick. Two ruile
from home, alone on U uiounuin, she
gave blrtli to s child. bb arrived home
in the middle of the afternoon with Wr
pull of berries on her arm aud her rbild
wrapped up iu her apron. The baby Is ft
lusty ten-poutvUir, and Mrs. htai irir lift
..'. V7 m v, ttj , nun in uir II.
Jackson County the Scene of a
Tragedy-He Shoots a Utile
Girl Through the Head.
tcner lb W rrr nn Hie fur
If. (lTlal risateh t the lo-lH luorrat )
Carbon-dale. III.". Aug. 2C A most
horrible homicide was enacted two miles
north of this place at 6 o'clock this alter
temoon. The tragedy occurred In a
v.rv nxnectablc lainilv, titc head
ot which l a thrifty and well-to-do l irm-
c.r. It will terminate in ine ucaui ui uu
innocent little girl, shot with n rltle by
Iter uncle, who intended the ball tor her
father. The particular of the terrible
occurrence, tis gleaned by your corre
spondent tnmi eye-witiiees nt tne scene
ol the tragedy, arc as follows:
It has been of late quite common for
some one in the neighborhood to put up
a leef to be won by he who made the
best record with a rifle at a target. A
certain amount was paid lor each shot.
William Dillinger staked the !eef to-day,
and w hile shooting for it a dispute arose
between his brother-in-law, hill Bow
man, and himself, in relation to buying
some whisky which was being sold on
the around. Bowman wanted more
whisky, but the dealer. James. Lewis, a
hired hand of Dillinger', refused to let
nini have more, wnerepon now man
li nf Lewis. The affair
TAKEN IT BY DILLI.NGEIt,
who Mild he would allow no one to run
over his hired helD. Bowaian then
turned away nnd began to load his rifle,
hut when nearly finished James Gatcb
took it away Iroin him, and alterward re
turned it. with Bowman's promise to go
home quietlr. Bowmnn started toward
his notne. and natch. Dillinifcr and his
little eirl started in au opposite direction
toward Diilintrer'a house, some hundred
yards distant. The other neighbors went
In different directions to their homes
When Bowman reached the edge of a
wood, about seventy yard? from his ad
versary, he turned and
TOOK OFF-HAND AtM
and shot at Dillinger. taking to his heels
Instanter. Tins ball missed its intended
victim about two feet, but unfortunately
it spent its force iu the little girl's head,
entering just above the right temple, nnd
lodging iu the base oi tne skuii. sue
was Immediately removed to the house,
where at this writing she lies in an un
conscious state, with no Iiojkj of living
through the night. Addie is seven years
old, a very pretty, bright, intelligent
c-irl. She is the only child, aud the Joss
TKKKIBI.K TO IIEK TAKEN TS.
Bowman Is twenty-four years old, is
married, and has one child. He has
borne the character ot a dangerous and
treacherous person, especially when In
toxlcated. and his rows with different
ones are numerou. He had trouble with
Dillinirer some five years ago. and has
threatened his life several times since
He is still at large, but w ill uot be long,
as a pursuing Darty of between forty and
titty are scouring the bottoms ot the Big
Muddy Ktver. wnere ne nas unuouoieuiy
taken retuee. No leniency will be shown
him. Tlie excitement is at fever heat,
and there Is danger of Judge Lynch open
ing court, unless the authorities get uow
man in charge lirst of all.
Judge Crawford, in the circuit court at
Murpbysboro to-day. decided against the
motion for a new trial in the case ot the
People vs. Terry Craiu, for the murder
of Kd ward Burbridge, In 1SC2.
Frightful weura I'uder the Sirrr.ll.
lKy iiarutil Freeman, binetn years
old, w as bung at Dayton, Ohio, recently.
The Cincinnati Commercial describes the
horrible scene as follows :
Iu the meantime licputr .Sheriir Free
man adjusted the thin noose; about the
prisoner' ne:k and pinioned his lower
limb. James Murphy, good-dye, anil
nnd may Ooti bless you !'' observed I'at-
ton in a wiipt-r, lianain tne black cap
to a deputy . At mis tuomeni tne repre
sentative of the Comme-rriat silc-edel In
obtaining admittance to the little
audience ol physician in the
rear of the ' scaffold; and
took up hl poitioa immediately to the
lef t ot lh trap-door. The next instant
the sheriff pressed the lever with his foot,
the drop opened as though in electric re
sponse, the thin rojie gave way at the
cro--beams above, and the body of the
prisoner fell downward aud backward on
the floor of the corridor, behind the scaf
fold acreen. "My God, my (iod !" eriin
Freeman with a subdued scream ; "give
me that other rope quick." It had been
laid away for Ue "iu cae the first ror
should break," we are told.
The poor young criminal had fallen on
his back, apparently unconscious, with
the broken rope about his neck and the
black cap veiling his eyes. The reporter
knelt beidtj him aud felt his PuIm:. It
was beating slowly and regularly, frob-
auiy tne miserable, boy, thought then. If
he could think at all, that he was reailv
dead dead in darkness, for his eyes were
veiled 'lead and blind to the world, but
about to open his eyes upon another,
The awful hush immediately following
uis tall migtit nave Ftritiiftheucu this aim
idea. Uut then came gasps aud choked
sob from the spectator ; the hurrying
of feet, and the horrified voioe ot deputy
Freemau calliiiir: "For God's sake, get
me that other rope, quick !" Then a
pitiful groan came f rom beneath the black
" My God I On. my God !''
HVViy, 1 ain't dead 1 ain't dead '."
"Are you hurt, my child V" lumiired
"o. tat Iter, i m not ueau ; i m not
hurt. What are they going to do w ith
No one had the heart to U-U lain, lying
there blind and helph-ss, and Ignorant
even of what had occurred. The repor
ter, who atlll Wept his hand on the boy's
wrut. suddenly felt the pulsation quicken
horribly, the rapid U-uting of intense
tear. 1 lie youth's wholo body trembled
"Ilia pulse Is 1W, wiiu-pered a physi
cian. "What's the good of leaving ue here
in this oiiaery Y cried the lad. "Take
me out of this, I tell you."
in the meantime they had procured the
other rope a double thin rop, with two
nooses and fastened it strongly over
the crossbeam. The prisoner had fallen
through the drop precisely at 1:411 p.m.;
lb second noose was ready wltbin tour
minutes later. Then tie deputies de
scended iroin the platform and lilted the
prostrate body up.
"lon't carry ine," groaned the poor
fellow; "1 can walk Id me walk."
Uut they carried bint up again. Father
Murphy supporting his head. The un
fortunate wanted to the light once
more, to get one little glimpse at the
sun, the narrow world witbiu the cor
ridor, and the faces Ijefore the scaffold.
TK-y took off hi ghastly mask while the
nooe was being reaijutf d. Hit lace
was livid, his limbs shook with terror,
and he suddenly seized Deputy Freeman
desperately by the coat, saying In a husky
wntsper, "What are you going to uo
with me?'' They tried to unfasten his
hands, but it. was the clutch of death
tear. Then the little Irish priest whis
pered lirmlv In his ear, -Let go, my son;
let go, like a man be a mail, aie like a
man." And he let go. But. they hBd to
support him nt nrni'a length, while the
sheriff pressed the trap level six and
one-half minutes alter the first lad. It
was humanely rapid woi k then.
The body it II heavily, with a jerk,
turned about once, rocked backward ami
forward, and became almost still, r roni
the. corridor only the head was visible
turned from the audience. Father Mur
phy sprinkled holy water upon
the victim. The jugular veins be
came enlarged. and (he neck
visibly swelled Mow the black cup. At
this tune the pulse was beating steadily
at 100 ; the w riet felt hot ami moist, and
we noticed the hand oeiow n uKmiy
clutched n little brass crucifix, placed
there by the priest at the lust moment.
Gradually the pulse became fanitcr. Five
minutes later. Dr. Crura, the jail phys
ician, holding the right wrist, announced
it eighty-four. In ten minutes from the
moment ot the drop ic sunk to sixty. In
sixteen minutes the heart only fluttered,
and the pulse became imperceptible. In
seventeen minute Dr. Cruin, after a
stcthescoptc examination, made the olli-
cial announcement oi uent u.
The body was at once cut down by
Sheriff Patton. and deposited in the hand
some coffin designed tor it. Half an hour
later we returned to the Jail and exam
Ined the face. It was perfectly still, a
the face ot a sleeer, calm and undlsrlg
ured. It was perhaps slightly swolen, but
natural, and betrayed no evidence .
pain. Tin rone had cut deeply into the
flesh of the neck, and the very texture
of the hemp was redlv imprinted on the
skin. A medical examination showed
the neck to have ixen broken.
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
M avnufaotor hia own Hons Shoes and
c&n Assure Good work.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
PEYTONA C ANNUL
Order for Coal by the car-load
t.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
aromptly attended to.
Bsa?To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
x supply any quantity. Dy tne
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAISO CITY COAX COMPAHT.
ry-Halliday Bro ' office, No. "0 Ohio Levee.
iVllairiilay bro ' whurf boat.
ry-At Efrrptuai Mills, or
dAt the toal Vanni. foot of Tnutv-Kivrhlh
t r-Poot Office Drawer, .inn
. 11. OHBULT.
A. W. I-V.ITT.
CAIBO CITY BINDERY,
BINDERS AND BUNK BOOK
BttlUOn Building-, Cor. Twelfth Street
and WaahiAarton Avenue,
t3Countr and Railroad Work a Bpecialtv
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE i
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la the Grnntl Old
Which has stood tho test of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Fain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the) body of a Horse
or oth.-r Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magio touch.
A bottle costing 25c, 60c. or 91
h.s often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Be stored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
190 w. routh st; timmi o.,
Ara autborlaad to contract for adTrtia
la In tbia paper.
KauaatM furslakal b, land for Circular
CIKCIKWTI WESLEtIN COLLEGE.
warn, youko womew,
Beginn lu 8Mb yaar kept nth. Fiwulty
BuuitM-raSl, MagDlOoeDt Luildiiia, gener.
out talla. Tborouttli c iiir in Lotclitb,
Science, Claaaica. and Modern Lanifuagta.
I'uiurpaaaeil advantatcei lor uiua'e and art.
Addre. tha Prcaidant, Itov. laid 11.
M oi, n il , Cincinnati, (J. T-H-d&w-M.
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IIOTI I.N- f.TV AIVr.HTlWI.WESiTW7
St. Charles Hotel,
p?,:;: s nmi suit ths mu
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor 2 00 Per Day
Special Rata by Wk or Month
A limiteil nuintier of very drfimlilc Intuit;
rminia can be .trcuml at reasonable rate lor tin
1 he St. Chnrlett is the lara-rst ami bet auuint
el Mouse in .viiuliern Illinois, um in the lnbna
IidIiI in Cairn. Notw lihtnniliiiK the "II J
ltork" iwluction in price, the table will, us
usual, be liberally auiliel with the very beM
ofeTerythiUK that rati be i'ounil in marki-t.
Fine large eample rooms for corumurrui! trav
eler", on urounit floor, freeof charKe.
trl"All baireaifeof guvfcts convejel to and lroro
the hotel without rhanre
JtW KTT WIL "OX IO. ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th St. and Commercial At.
C. 0. PATTER & CO
" " STRATTON &" BIRD"
A.OKNTS AJ1KB.ICAN POWDER 00
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kin'U (bard and oft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &c
Mill and Yard.
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
G. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
Ha. 19 OHIO LEVEE.
QVKClALattantlol f ivca tocuuiigumcoU an I
No Ml Ohio Lavec.
tn ster'lmeof ilinnrr i.ftin ilfrunwrn
the ovKtem briUK on flatniencr an't wiud colic,
and 8iibe-U the pitifnt to Krest lxlily Miflrr
in. A Kinlf dure of
Tarrant"s BolUsr Apsreut
will corri"t the acidity, rl;eve the pain, carry
ofl (he ollcndinir cause, and ave iMimrtimes a
a I0117 iell of illne. ltn elferts are irentle and
thorouxh. and Its (t'neral ue would jtrevcut
iiiiii h mrerlnn
M)U RV ALL DRt'GtilSTS.
aim A ilny at home,
4l& and terms free.
If yon wnnt reliable information, where nnj how
to itet a cheap Farm or krovi inm. ni Horoe
stead fre eml your uWrT to !t.J, lill.
M'fKK, Land I oinuii.-ni'jnrr. Iwrence Ksniu
ami receive s:rti a copy of The Kansas I'a
eCC-71a week to aircnt. Sample free.
. . VIl.KKHY. Aneukta, Maine.
white v7ii n r? rrt a ra
"l.hnteil for lt Pnrlty, fifrenrthsnd Flavor
vrrntr4 ui Keep PlcWIr We Uaiaratilee II u
lfntlrfly tn-m tri.itl ,Si.lf.wrc ilcul or other delel'rl
)iisulfac. wlih which Mot Vtntpar liuulnlteraleir
f ir Mir t H iinceri. l.arBit Vlni-jrar Work In IIm
Rond. (u.lMa. fc. L. I'fttbbliiO UUilcag
prMTC'.'ir larce life-lile uti-! cnjrraviu
HUCIl ldi.it the rreiileiitial anili'l'tte ell
irapi'lly. enil f.ircircular. N Y.Kn-
18 a dayl,aviiitr :.:v. Wall t.,lox Kii:,N,Y.
fn 0! OH I' ''aval home. 8.imilen worth
pj IO PiUtl frre. Mjneou Coniiany,
OKE-'tra Fine raiel t jirdn. with mime. 1" ct.,
L. JoNtil & Co , Nan-au, N V.
in Iteliicloa nml Aarrleiillnrnl W eek
! Ilnll-nelee. rend fr Cl:iloKiie on tl.c
l-ij-t l"lan. Vor int'onuatloa, addr,
GEO. P. BOWELL CO., 41 Park Sow,
oTitaiDi-d in tlie trilled
SUilex, Canada, and hu
ro t terina ax low aa
:chocol ouy other relia
ltjle hoe. toiresiMin
'dene lnvtel iu tlie Kng-
lieli nnd foreiifn anttiuipei.. witn nvchtor, At
torney at 1jw, and oilier -olii-iitor, tic:all
w th thoe who have b:id tiieir eaeea rejrctil in
the hand ol other attorney. In reiertud ciimmi
our fee are riimoniitile, and no charfe'i: made
nidcM we arc tuct efc.iftil.
II If you wulita 1N
examinntionat the patent urlice, and II we think
it iwtentalile, will aeml you !n and advice
nnn nrohecuu.1 voureiif. "
dinaiy cen, 4: '
Iff Oral or written In matter
...ir ri-.rnmmlnkloncr of ratcrtti
t leveland. Ohio O. H Kelley, E , Sec'
National tirane I oulnville, Ky ( C:oiuinolur
lun'l Ammeu, IT. H. N., WaahlnKton, 1. C.
l:-enil Maiup f'r our "liuide I'nr oMain
iiijtl'atentn.' a hook ntM mea.
Addrexa : LwiiU .HavKuer "0., Solid
tiiri ol 1'alrnln, W ashiui;liii I). C.
1 -7 -d t w-1 if
1 A GREAT DISCOVERY !
By the ue or which every family may give
i their I.iuen that brllllan lMlih ecuUar to
laundry work. bavinK timeaud labor in iroiu
iuu. mo Uian lt enine cunt. Wai ranted.
old By Druggliti sal Oroetri Evrywbtr
ask KOft mourns
6c CO.. 13 N. tb'St.
Knsltsh BrusseU. Three 1'ly and Inirraiu,
aUo, m .ir Cat prt,Velvei Hub. Crumb
t'lotba, Oil flotba. etc., very clicsj)
at tbe Old Place
112 FULTOW ST., NEW YOBK.
Caipeta carefully packed and sent to uj
part of tbe United Htau tree ot charge.
rrssNDiroit fbice liit.
7-1-1 y. J. A. BENDALL.
dwi lid eaJul 1 1 Li
Mil I. nttrtt
In nil! hi ir lH-isrtment
CouiUienclnv May lat, ICtTtt.
Rich Black Silks
I he Mail Olrhratnl f.von I.ooiu,
At SI 2.1 fteduc-ed fiom l ,
At l oO Keliicl iroin Ml S7,
At l 7.1 KertumJ from ft 21,
At -J M heilnml from ft AO,
Plain IM d Tuty Silk:
At Oe He-lured from III Itl,
At ! OO K-li.l inn l V.I.
At hi 21 Keducrd In. in ftl 50,
At ftl ft IXIurH from M ISO
mm KOTSLTiss imi coots
Int'amel'a Hair, i'hvuuU, and llama, U
duceit to 7 . , cetitu (I, Irorn fl 3
l 1 7'' and M
Popular Dress Goods
In New and Fahioiiatle Kahrlo and olim, ol
12c Reduced fpom l.v,
lc Ueincet I'rotn 2-V-j
22c lleduced from Sic;
2."c IUlured I'rnm 37c:
:Mc, r'orrncririce ac io ABc.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At ? nnd 1:
and : ,
"old at .",
She. ni Scarlet Sislli Shwls
M ', t'. and !"--
It-ln cl fr.m f't), 't and .
lim, QT73MAK S, HETLAXD SHAWLS
At ?l to '- Itediice-l Iroia 1 to
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The IJitent Pari Style from !0 t'uwarln, em
hrau:inK the choicest noveltie l
Font(r itr.ni mo.
Ladies' and Childrens Underwear
An Iinmi-ruK Slock of Mt Iteautiftil anl
uku Aiiix ;(ions
All at Very ".ret Kedui tion.
l.ali" ( hiMmi'8 ami r.entl"iwn'
The Ileal English. French and
.on nan ii
ej alliwii"! 1'oHnihle l'ri c
Are thoroughly Hocked with the licit
good, at tbe lowest package price. Iteaii
tiful American piinti at 6c. and Cc. per
yard; ktandard 4 4 bleached good at lu;
Lonnl.lo ahirtliifca at 10c.; flew York
MUih, 1 2Jo ; and b-i hhejting at lSJf.
TABLE AND OTHER
In all the Various Grade, atT.Bargalin.
(Which we keep at tho Grand Street ator
only), we are ottering Knglian and Am ri
can tapeetrie at 1, former price (1 1A;
t.ody BriuseU at 1 M, loroter price l NO;
all-wool Inerain at 70e., former price. ftOc;
three piy li'graita at l 'A lornier pi ice,
VI 60; oll-vlotlu at 30c. to "Oo 5 former
prieei.Mo to 6Tc.
Sample of fc'oodn, and rataloguea of la.
die.' aud micit' auit and uiu.lin umlcr.
wear, and infanta' outriia, aent Ireeof vicirgc
to all aectiona of tbe Tnlteu State.
Hule lor wfll-raeufiirement aent on ap ll.
cat on to all part ul tbe country.
Order for good of all kind will be rare
fuily attended to, and the good packed
and forwarded without charge. juDH-wtfu.
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts., N.Y.